Excerpt: I bought this to play with raw files. It has a raw format all of my software recognizes as half its resolution. the software supplied will translate the image but not to a better raw format. So its not supported very well. The guys in fuji were very good.
Summary: Not really disappointed, but after having had Canon POS cameras, there are a few conveniences that I miss. With the Fuji, you cannot review photos taken without turning the camera on and extending the lens. Also, the SD card isn't easy to remove unless you have fingernails to grasp and pull it out.
Summary: I remember taking this camera down to a place called Dumbo in Brooklyn NY to get shots of lower Manhattan across the East river in the area of where the old WTC use to be.. There's a mode on this camera called " ADV." and in there is a "Pro Low light" section that's great.
Summary: Researched extensively before purchasing a point & shoot camera... this seemed to have all the features I was looking for in a small lightweight point & shoot. After about 3 months of purchase it will not turn on.
Summary: I was looking forward to getting this camera but was sorely disappointed by the quality of images. Because Fujifilm seems to loves to interlace two smaller images to produce a larger image file this camera produces blurry images.
Summary: This camera is FANTASTIC! The quality is wonderful. It shoots video very well. 320 FPS was an added bonus! Build quality is wonderful; but don't mess with the zoom lens. It seems to be a bit lower quality than the rest.